How To Export Your Data On LastPass

Do you want to move your LastPass passwords to another password manager? Or are you planning to delete your account after saving a copy of your data? Either way, you can export your passwords and vault data from your LastPass account. Read on, and we’ll teach you how to do it from your computer.


Once you save a password, sign-in credential, form fills, or notes on LastPass, the app stores it in its secure vault. Whenever you visit a website, the app will fill up the necessary details if your credentials are in the vault.

As the owner of your account, you can get a copy of your saved passwords and data for future use. You can export your vault data to migrate your passwords to a different password manager or browser.

Here’s our guide about exporting data on LastPass.

How to export your LastPass passwords

If you want to migrate your LastPass passwords and data to a different password manager, you can export your vault data on the app. In this way, you can transfer your passwords to a different password management tool or web browser easily.

You can export your passwords from the LastPass website. We’ll cover the steps to do so in our tutorial below.

  1. Visit the LastPass website on your preferred browser and sign in to your account with your master password. Alternatively, click the LastPass browser extension and select “Vault” from the pop-up window.
  2. Click “Advanced Options” on the sidebar.

  3. Select “Export” from the “Manage Your Vault” section.

  4. Check your email inbox for a message from LastPass and click the “Continue Export” button on the email.

  5. Go back to the LastPass vault and click Advanced Options > Export to start the exporting process.
  6. Enter your master password and click Submit.

  7. Wait for the download to finish.

After the download finishes, you’ll find a CSV file on your computer. You can import the file to other password managers or a web browser that have a password management option.

The exported CSV file contains your passwords, secure notes, form fills, and other data that you stored in the LastPass vault.

When you import your file from LastPass to other managers, you get to migrate all your passwords in one go. In this way, there’s no need to add your sign-in credentials manually.

To wrap it all up

Now that you know how to export data on LastPass, you can migrate your passwords to a different app in a matter of minutes. In this way, there’s no need to manually enter your sign-in credentials on a new password manager.

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